A computer That costs Almost 14 Million Euros, Now Bought
D-Wave has its first customer interested in acquiring a quantum computer It would be expected that the Canadian company D-Wave would have difficulty finding interested parties for its quantum computer D-Wave 2000Q given the ‘pulled’ price of 13.9 million Of euros. However, the company has already announced that it has its first customer.
The client is Temporal Defense Systems, a company that specializes in state-of-the-art cybersecurity technology and which, according to Engadget, will use D-Wave’s brutal computing power to solve problems that were previously beyond reach Of common machines.
“Using standard problems that are both challenging and relevant to real-world applications, the D-Wave 2000Q system has outperformed highly specialized algorithms of leading-edge classic servers by factors ranging from 1,000 to 10-fold times,” it read in the press release.